OVERVIEW: The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation seeks organizations fighting for justice for the most vulnerable and marginalized populations in the U.S. and abroad.
IP TAKE: This funder offers both project specific and general operating support grants. Levinson supports large organizations as well as grassroots and local groups.
PROFILE: Max and Anna Levinson established their private family foundation in 1955 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation currently supports efforts in the United States related to immigrant children’s rights, police brutality, humanitarian aid, climate justice, indigenous people’s rights, Jewish causes and women’s and girls’ rights.
Grant amount typically range from $5,000 to $50,000. Past girls and women’s rights grantees include Stop Exploitation Now, which received funding for its work combating the exploitation of women and girls in Southeast Asia; and the Global Fund for Women, which received a grant for its work fighting for gender equality and the human rights of women and girls. To learn more about Levinson Foundation grantees dating back to 1986, explore its list of grant recipients.
The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant proposals or requests for funding.
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